forps wrote:Would it be too late for me to aim for 170 by June testing?
You're asking the wrong question. First, how many are you getting wrong on each PT? What makes u get them wrong? Are you analyzing your answers after? You seem committed to taking it in June. The best thing to do is complete the bibles and take PTs, then analyze wrong answers.
Your question here is like this: I can run 10 miles at a time now. Can I improve by June to run a full marathon? Maybe, maybe not. Everyone is different. Depends on my body, nutrition and how much I practice.
Thank you for your reply:)
For LR portion, I usually get Assumption / Flaw Reasoning kind of questions wrong..
I solve questions which I get wrong after wards but I still get some of them wrong.
I don't know exactly how many I get correct for LR but around 18 right out of 26 LR.
I attempt to solve 20 questions and guess 6 questions due to time limit.
I am trying to get them right before I work on speed - following other people's advice.
It was about this time last year when I took the first diagnostic test and I got 148.
I worked on LG last summer (5 hours / week for three months)
LG is no worry for now.
I was much weaker at RC. Heard RC isn't easy to raise score in short time so I started to read newspapers and magazines. Guess it helped me a lot since I am doing better.
By the time I start reading the last passage I have about 5 minutes left, meaning I spend approx. 10 min per passage+solving questions - bad bad..
I usually get 3-4 wrong out of attempted questions. I feel like I can raise some points here easier than LR.
I plan to spend 20 hours / week intensively studying for LSAT.
I will probably have 40 hours / week in May - gonna be the entertaining month of the year.
If I don't hit 170 in PT by end of May, I will cancel and change my testing date to Oct. for sure. But I am not thinking about that in my mind. Wanna get this test out of my way before it gets hot.